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MSNBC
Nov 26, 2013 2:30am PST
program used after 9/11 to hunt down terrorists. according to the "associated press," the agency ran a facility at guantanamo bay to turn prisoners into double agents. they would then be sent back overseas to kill members of al qaeda. the cia reportedly flipped the detainees by offering them hotel-like accommodations with private kitchens, showers, tvs. according to the "ap," some of the prisoners received pornography when asked for it. once released, they were given millions of dollars and their families were offered protection. while the report says the program was successful in killing terrorists, the cia reportedly lost track of some of these guys once they went back home. the program ended in 2006. >>> president obama no stranger to being heckled, but very rarely does he get it from his own supporters. that's exactly what happened on a stop in san francisco yesterday, as president obama renewed his push for sweeping immigration reform. as he was calling on house republicans to take action, supporters in the crowd began urging him instead to use executive powers to stop deportation
MSNBC
Nov 1, 2013 2:30am PDT
. >>> some news on a story we followed a lot this past summer, the mayor of toronto and alleged drug use. toronto police say they now have the video of embattled mayor rob ford smoking crack cocaine. reports of the video's existence surfaced back in may through the toronto star and a website, but now the city's police say they have recovered the video from deleted files on a computer found during gang raids as part of a separate investigation. city down scouncil members have ford's resignation. >> i have no reason to resign. i'll go back to return my phone calls, i'll be out doing what the people elected me to do. and that's take taxpayers' money and run a great government. >> the city police chief says there is nothing in the video that would prompt criminal charges, but added he was, quote, disappointed. >>> yesterday as the news broke, ford confronted media camped out at his home as he left for work angrily asking them to get off his property and physically pushing them out of his way. not his first run in with reporters. earlier this summer, he ran directly into a camera at another e
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 2:30am PST
people like us, very ordinary, can't go to manila. we suffer from hunger. no water. no medicine. >> the u.s. alone has deployed 5,000 personnel. >>> in texas, a small town evacuated after a gas pipeline exploded south of dallas. a drilling crew hit the pipeline sparking a massive explosion. the town of 700 people was evacuated as a precaution. the air in the area was not toxic. no reported deaths, thankfully, from that blast. >>> in florida, another sink hole consuming two homes, a boat, and a backyard pool. work being done as a precautionary measure. by noon yesterday, it expanded to 70 feet wide and 53 feet deep. >>> whitey bulger will serve two life terms in prison and then five more years. his crimes were called almost unfathomab unfathomable. much of the case centered on the fbi looking away from his crimes and using him as an infom mant. >> i realize that the actions of a small percentage of law enforcement many years ago caused some people to lose confidence in us. we'll continue to move forward. our job is to regain the faith and confidence of the people who lost it year
MSNBC
Nov 4, 2013 2:30am PST
concerns after a man used an assault arrival to kill one tsa agent and badly injured two other people. paul ciancia is in critical condition after being shot multiple times by officers. he was carrying five high capacity magazines, a bag of ammo and happennd written lette explaining his rampage. gun control advocates say the incident is unlikely to spark any head way in the limit of gun sales. >>> later today, the president will speak at an organizing for action health care summit looking to rally grass roots support for obama care. the white house remains under fire because of president obama's promise that if americans liked their health insurance plan, they could keep it. but according to the associated press, at least 3.5 million americans have already been issued cancellation notices from their health insurance provid s providers. that number is likely to go up as data from half the states still remains unavailable. and there is a report white house officials debated the health care pledge back in 2009 in the likelihood that every american would in fact be able to keep their cove
MSNBC
Nov 14, 2013 5:30am EST
early for us. >>> now for the philippines where president obama is urging all americans to come contribute to relief efforts. the president says some of the affected areas are islands that american and philippine forces helped liberate cduring world wr ii. hundreds are on the ground with aid and that number expected to triple. countries around the world also picking up the pace. united nations world food program says rice and canned foods have been delivered to 49,000 people, of course that's a fraction of those affected. but the mayor of tacloban says impassable roads and lack of vehicles are forcing officials to choose between delivering aid or clearing bodies. as dr. nancy snyderman reports, american doctors working around the round in areas that have so far escaped the world's attention. >> reporter: city hall, badly damaged and now functioning as the local hospital. inside, american froms and veterans from across the country are feverishly working. wooden desks serve as operating room tables and flashlights as overhead lights. upstairs, dr. sarah may from seattle treats an
MSNBC
Nov 6, 2013 5:30am EST
served us so well over the last decade. and at a time when washington was often broken, think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> mcauliffe also said he will pleat with every republican in the state assembly before being sworn in. the results far clearer in the state of new jersey. governor chris christie securing a second term with a resounding victory in the typically democratic state. he defeated democratic state senator barbara buono by 22 points. governor christie received 60% of the vote, solidifying his status as a top potential candidate for the white house in 2016. christie reflected on his state's recovery from superstorm sandy and the message shared by a local reverend in the aftermath of the disaster. >> he said when the lights went out no one cared what color your skin was. he said when you didn't have any food, no one cared whether it was a republican or a democrat offering you the food. when you didn't have a warm place for your family because of what happened in the storm, you didn't care if it was someone who thought that govern
MSNBC
Nov 7, 2013 2:30am PST
our souls? it's okay, chris, you had us at hello. >>> for all of you shrugging at the fact we're already talking 20 16, i think you better get used to it. and let's face, it a chris christie presidential run would be a lot of fun. we'll catch you up on all the chatter surrounding the popular new jersey governor. here's a hinted -- not everyone is happy about it. >>> also while you catch up on us and on twitter, today's the day you can actually own a piece of the company. we'll look at whether it's a good investment on the day it goes public. >>> and the worst hit-and-run you've probably ever seen. we can show you because no one got hurt except probably someone's pride. this is "way too early." >>> good morning. brian shactman. we really need to start the story surrounding the miami dolphins because it's what everyone seems to be talking about. it's transcending sports. as the bullying case involving two players unfolds, the general manager of the team reportedly offered one way jonathan martin could have handled the situation -- punch richie incognito. multiple sources say that w
MSNBC
Nov 12, 2013 2:30am PST
. they are talkingnielsen. it looks like they can use those youtube bits of video that we enjoy. >> a way to keep nielsen relevant. there's very little you can do to get me off the couch on thanksgiving. maybe a little ipad shopping. black friday is almost a thing of the past now with what we got going on with thanksgiving. >> i think this is a phenomenal story. as an outsider you can tell from my accent i'm not an american. i'm puzzled as to why it should make any difference bring forward shopping days. surely there's enough places that americans can go to buy stuff and you talked about your ipad on the couch. but apparently it does seem to matter here. the latest polls target and toys "r" us is joining walmart to bring forward shopping hours into thanksgiving. they think it will make a difference. i fwes to gi i guess to give them the benefit of the doubt. this is one of the shortest shopping seasons between thanksgiving and christmas day. six days fewer than last year. maybe there's justification. i don't think any american has any problem knowing where to buy stuff. does bringing
MSNBC
Nov 21, 2013 2:30am PST
president karzai to know that issues that he's raised with us for many years have been properly addressed. it's very important for us to know that issues we have raised with him for a number of years are properly addressed. the agreement will speak for itself. when the agreement is approved. >> the framework agreed upon by secretary kerry and president karzai must now be approved by the afghan ground council of elders. that council consists of about 3,000 leaders all vetted by the karzai government. >>> there is new evidence of red flags leading up to the launch of obama care exchanges that there would be trouble. september 25th e-mail acquired by fox news shows the website's project manager expressing concern that healthcare.gov would not be ready on october the 1st. he suggests finding better ways to explain the process to the public when the site is not available. he goes on to write, quote, i am picturing in my mind all the major print and online publications taking screen shots of what is below and just ramping up the high pyperbolhyp. the e-mail included this image of the
MSNBC
Nov 19, 2013 2:30am PST
. >>> we're used to the circus surrounding toronto mayor rob ford but yesterday we may have seen a peak. the city council voted to strip the mayor of his official responsibilities. he loses half of his staff and most of his legislative duties. he doesn't plan to go quietly. he appears to be the mimicking drinking and driving. the mayor's actions ironic because ford the other day acknowledged himself he may have driven drunk in the past. yeah you can make it. you then this. people screaming shame, shame, shame from the public gallery and later ford takes off right into a female council member and later said he was trying to help his brother who was a council member and in an alter case. mayor apologized but ford was defiant over the moves to undercut his theory and took a moment to plug his new tv show with his brother which had its debut lasting night. >> it's nothing more than a coup de tat. and that means overrule a government. some people said this is a democracy. what's happening here is not a democratic process. i want people to listen to me tonight from 8:00 to 9:00 on sun news. y
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2013 2:30am PST
rob ford reality experiment is off the air. fortunately for us, his story far from over. >>> technology as you might imagine impacts everything we do. how about and i remember pilots. are they so dependent on equipment that they can't do any old school flying? details on a new study and what it says about safety in the skies. sg >>> and a classic tune finally gets a video. this is "way too early". brian shactman here, wednesday, november 20. we have a lot of stuff today. in the cooler, george w. bush on the late night talk show circuit. lindsey vonn hurt again. and the sexiest people in tv news. and you know it's kind of a joke. i'm not on the list. but morning joe folks are. we'll have details on that. but we want to begin with the news surrounding afghanistan tho this morning. drawdown of troops was supposedly a fait accompli in 2014, but new documents obtained show the u.s. is prepared to maintain military outposts in afghanistan for years. possibly until 2024 and pay to support hundreds of thousands of security forces. the papers which have not been signed would spen
MSNBC
Nov 8, 2013 5:30am EST
question, which company do you think will be most relevant 15 years from now. use the #waytooearly. >>> they were delicious while they lasted. fda will move to do what other restaurants have already done, cut out transfats across the board. the ingredients are in frozen pizza to coffee creamers. it's harmful because it raises the risk of heart disease, increases bad cholesterol and lowers the good cholesterol. head of fda says it could prevent 20,000 heart attacks and 7,000 deaths every year. >>> the polio outbreak in syria is leading to grim warnings for countries across the world. a pair of german doctors say the outbreak could spread across europe. they worry it could be carried by refugees because of the violence. they caution the current vaccine may not be strong enough, adding it could take up to a year for a new outbreak to be detected. polio in syria paralyzed at least ten children and 2 million kids are the focus of vaccination efforts. >>> the u.s. may be on the eve of a major breakthrough in iran over the country's nuclear program. today, secretary of state, john kerry t
MSNBC
Nov 13, 2013 2:30am PST
do you check in, what counters do you use? they say that will probably -- they will harmonize that over the next few months. probably no immediate difference. >> it took about over a year for united and continental to put all those systems together. i imagine it will take quite a while. you get some info on tesla? the stock has dropped quite a bit. what do you have sf. >>. >> fascinating. he says there will be no recall even though they've had three car fires. a significant decline since those fires started happening. since september 1st, stock down 30%. >> quickly, our government selling off another $1.2 million of gm stock. are we clear of gm motors? >> no, there's still a stake left for government. but will they get back the $49 billion that was used to bail out gm five years ago. at the moment the treasury saying they expect to be $10 million short when it comes to getting their money back on what the taxpayer paid to bail this business out, ryan, in spite of its latest sale of $1.2 billion worth of shares. >> they could have waited for the stock price to some day go above what
MSNBC
Nov 27, 2013 2:30am PST
-line porn habits. i'll give it straight to you in five minutes. >>> pretty much all of us know this yoga pose, but literally using your dog at yoga. that's right. it's a pre-thanksgiving edition of "way too early." >> dog lovers and their best friend. good morning. wednesday, november 27th. we have a lot of turkey-related stuff for you. there's turducking, right? bill. bill. bill is, like, giving it away. i'm glad your mike was off. obviously before we get to the fun of thanksgiving, you have to get to thanksgiving. >> yeah. >> for a lot of people that's going to be a problem. one of the busiest and sometimes worst travel days of the year you have to land on top of that the storm on the entire east coast, and you have a recipe for aggravation, folks. i book the a plane ticket and a train ticket -- >> now you're walk. >> it's literally planes, rains, and automobiles for me. i have decided to go with the car. i'm driving. >> at least you control e control your own destiny. >> i like that. >> he was struck by one thing. it was extremely warm where we are ms part of the country, which s
MSNBC
Nov 22, 2013 2:30am PST
archives. what does the anniversary, this piece of history, mean to you? use #way too early. we will share the responses and give it really good time later in the show. >>> in terms of the news of today, the power struggle on capitol hill reaching extreme levels both in the number of republican filibusters and now in the way democrats are dealing with it. yesterday the senate approved a measure to block the minority's power to filibuster certain presidential nominees. the so-called nuclear option is the most significant change to the rules of the upper chamber since 1975 that barely passed with 52 votes. through the five years of the obama presidency and this is your context, senate has held votes to he said filibuster 79 times. that's already more than double the amount during president bush's eight years in office. they can now end the debate with a simple majority. however, the new rule does not apply to supreme court nominations or ledges late difference bills. and while the move helps democrats right now, that may not always be the case. yesterday harry reid and mitch mcconnell
MSNBC
Nov 18, 2013 2:30am PST
one. >> 100 yards away. >> probably close to it. >> it's amazing. this is your house behind us. >> this is my house behind us. >> i found possessions of mine at least half a mile over. but this town will come together. we always do. we'll come back. come back. >> perhaps no town was hit harder than washington, illinois. where the path of destruction was absolutely devastating. that's where nbc's jay gray is standing by. how do things look this morning? >> reporter: hey there, brian. good morning to you. tragedy really still unfolding here and we'll only see it get worse as the sun comes up and assess the damage. take a look. you can see what we're talking about here and this type of debris and the splintered wood stretches for miles in this area. all six of those fatalities came from the central illinois area. there is concern talking to officials here that as the recovery teams continue to pore through all of in that that number could climb so that's something they're concerned about. not only here but across that entire region that you talked about where severe thunderstorms
MSNBC
Nov 5, 2013 2:30am PST
someone that does have a drug history. he has used drugs, but what possessed him to do tonight what he did, no one can really say. >> the mall will remain closed today as the investigation continues. >>> we also have a more complete portrait of the man, paul ciancia, who is the man accused of going on a shooting rampage at l.a.x. friday morning. he moved to california just 18 months ago and bought three guns. he was said to be a loner, quiet, introverted. even his roommate said the unemployed motorcycle mechanic was difficult to get to know. ciancia was reportedly carrying a smith & wesson assault rifle when he shot a bystander and three tsa agents, killing one of them. gerardo hernandez, seen a year ago while reviewing the i.d. of none other than kris jenner. the other two agents have, we have been told, left the hospital. the union representing the 45,000 tsa agents has called for arming all of its members. the shooter's condition is improving, but he has been unable to communicate so far. he was shot in the face by police. >>> as we mentioned at the top of the show, it is decision d
MSNBC
Nov 25, 2013 2:30am PST
in iranment they're spiking the football in the end zone. >> joining us on the council of foreign relations, richard haas. put it in context how big a deal this is. >> it is a big deal even though it is a temporary limited interim agreement. 3 1/2 decades ago, we were at logger heads with the hostage taking. iran is putting it to place. and to suddenly shape an agreement, put a ceiling on the program, it doesn't do away with it. it puts a ceiling on it. it is quite a diplomatic game. >> putting a ceiling on it, is it enough to develop a weapon? the question is who is right? >> this agreement does more good than anything else. it puts a ceiling on it. it makes it more transparent. it would give us more time. if they decide to break out and dash for nuclear weapons, we would have several months more warning in which case we could take other actions if it was needed. >> historically saudi, israel huge allies. how serious is it for these guys? are they going to do something about what's pretty bad news? >> i don't think they'll do anything. we'll see how this plays out. the most impor
MSNBC
Nov 11, 2013 2:30am PST
appreciate it. reporting for us in manila. >>> bill karins, want to put the typhoon in perspective. i'm trying to think of, there's the tsunamis. and hurricane katrina. and there's both. you get the storm surge -- >> it's like a minitsunami. just north of the eye. that's where all of the devastating pictures are. this is just as bad as we feared. we had the strongest land falling storm in the recorded history. very, very poor. but not like they had building regulations in the structures that withstand this sort of thing. that's why you see the destruction in the pictures where things were just wiped out. they had warning. but not enough people took the warning and got out of the way. a lot of people are trying to put this in context. we had worst storms in the world. there's been storms in bangladesh that killed almost a million people. there's been storms in other areas of the country. how does it compare to the u.s.? galveston. that was the worst in our history. that was about 8,000. right now, 10,000. i'm hearing estimates it could go higher in the philippines. storms like sandy and
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